Angelika Albaladejo is an award-winning investigative reporter and multimedia journalist in Denver, Colorado. She is now at Denver7 transitioning into TV news as part of the E.W. Scripps Journalism Journey Initiative.
Her work has been published by USA TODAY, the Guardian, Univision, CNN, the Miami Herald, Mother Jones, Salon, the American Prospect and Newsweek, among other major outlets.
Albaladejo has been an investigative fellow with the Fund for Investigative Journalism and the USC Annenberg Center for Health Journalism. She was previously the staff investigative reporter for the nonprofit newsroom Capital & Main, where she covered the beats of immigration, policing and women’s and gender issues. She is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), the Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Reporting, the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), the Society of Environmental Journalists and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ).
Albaladejo previously reported as an independent foreign correspondent in Latin America, and as a contributing writer for InSight Crime. Before her journalistic work, Albaladejo was a foreign policy analyst in Washington DC with the Center for International Policy and Latin America Working Group. Her field report from El Salvador in 2016 was cited by the United Nations and remains a widely-used resource in U.S. asylum cases. During that time, she also co-hosted and co-produced Periphery, a podcast on security and rights in the Americas.
Albaladejo is a Miami-born Cubana-Puertorriqueña fluent in English and Spanish, with working proficiency in Brazilian Portuguese. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Global Affairs from George Mason University and a Master’s degree in Latin American Studies from Vanderbilt University.
- Email: AngelikaAlbaladejo@gmail.com
- PGP: http://bit.ly/2ov7pc0
- Twitter: @AAlbaladejo
- Skype: Angelika.Albaladejo
- LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/angelikaalbaladejo
- WhatsApp/Phone: +1 954 471 1533
0 comments on “About”